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The clean water tank cap is two-part. Unscrew the threaded ring and then pull out the center piece. There is a rubber gasket around the center piece, so it may take light force to remove it. Fill the tank with solution to the "solution" line, and fill with hot water to the "water" line. Cheers.

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